MAGAZINE BLOG

What Would Indigenous Ownership of TransMountain Look Like?

Equity stake in the pipeline is key for landowners, Indigenous and non-Indigenous.

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Andrew Scheer’s $100 Billion Energy Corridor is a Promise to Violate Property Rights

Government by nature is all about expropriation

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Practising the Law of the Land

John Goudy’s roots pull him back to the land—but these days, he’s working it in a different way.

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The Line 3 Reclamation Project

What happens to your land after the final weld on Enbridge’s state-of-the-art replacement pipe?

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CAEPLA Studies Agricultural Land Capability on Pipeline Rights-of-Way

Soil surveys provide context and gauge risks

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Pipeline Dialogue

One of the ways CEPA listens to different perspectives

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Insist on Independent Construction Monitors

We are literally your eyes, ears and boots on the ground

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Trans Mountain Approved. Again.

What do Canadians have to show for a nationalized pipeline and a new regulatory bureaucracy for energy?

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Are Ancient Arrowheads Enough to Kill Property Rights in Canada?

Emerging heritage site strategy by Indigenous activists threatens just that

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The Latest Threat from Manitoba Hydro

Transmission line to Minnesota carries serious risk to corridor residents

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